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Please contact your child’s pediatrician, your primary care provider, or your obstetrician for details on how to get the RSV vaccine.
Will my insurance cover the RSV vaccine?
Please contact your health insurance regarding coverage or costs associated with getting the RSV vaccine at Stanford Health Care.
Can I get the RSV vaccine with other vaccines?
Consult with your primary care provider, pediatrician, or obstetrician to determine which vaccines you or your child should receive based on your health condition or the health of your child.
When should I get the RSV vaccine if I am pregnant?
The Centers for Disease Prevention and Control recommends people who are pregnant get the vaccine at 32 to 36 weeks of their pregnancy. Learn more from the CDC.
How long should I wait to get the RSV vaccine if I was previously infected?
According to the CDC, there is no specific time you have to wait to get the RSV vaccine if you’ve been infected. However, if you are ill, you should generally wait until you recover. Learn more from the CDC.